Book 2
By: Bridget E. Baker


 The new world is BROKEN.

Nothing in Ruby’s life has ever been black and white. Even after successfully accomplishing her mission to save Wesley, the danger isn’t past, and neither are the difficult decisions.

Solomon demands Ruby’s return, but the Marked kids need her to stay with them. Their lives might even depend on it. Wesley begs her not to go, but it’s not easy to ignore Solomon. Sam didn’t come with them when they left the island, and ignoring a dictator’s orders always leads to repercussions.

Doing what Wesley asks might make things worse for everyone. No matter what she decides, some people will die. Ruby must decide who she loves the most, and what she’s willing to sacrifice to keep them safe.

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Bridget won her first writing contest in first grade with a story about a day in the life of a little spot of air. (Who says you need a good hook?)

She hasn't stopped writing (or talking) since then, although she was briefly derailed by her pursuit of a legal career. Ultimately, boring words, well, bored her. She quit her job to spend less time counting gobs of ill gotten gains, and more time writing stories.

She loves her husband and all five of her kids (most days). She has two yappy dogs and a bouncy dog, five goofy horses, lions head rabbits, more chickens than she will admit to having, and two demanding cats. Every day is a battle between playing with kids, riding her horse Leo, and writing. (Plus, now she's homeschooling the two youngest children...) If her publication speed has slowed down, you can blame the kids and the horses.

She makes cookies all the time and thinks they should have their own food group. In a (possibly misguided) attempt at balancing the scales between overconsumption and exertion, she kickboxes every day. So if you don't like her kids, her cookies, or her books, maybe don't tell her in person.

Bridget E. Baker also writes romance and women's fiction under the pen name B. E. Baker.


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